NJ Savy (Oct/Nov., 2009), p. 67-68. Tracy Ivie. “Wonderful vision of artist survivor — Spellbinding exhibit highlights month of cancer awareness programs.” | download pdf

Courier News (Oct. 20, 2009). Martin Bricketto. “Branchburg resident’s sculptures aim to encourage others to seek early cancer detection.”

Courier News (Oct. 9, 2009) p. 8: Ralph Bellantoni. “Art against Breast Cancer: Sculptures encourage early detection in fighting disease.” | download pdf

The Bernardsville News (Oct. 01, 2009) p.12. “Raising Breast Cancer Awareness Through the Power of the Visual Arts” | download pdf

Exhibition, Somerset Art Association, Bedminster, NJ, Oct. 4 to Oct. 31, 2009. Image Early: Raising Breast Cancer Awareness through the Power of the Visual Arts. download pdf

Vicinity (Oct., 2009), p. 10. “Exhibit promotes awareness through art.”

Branchburg News (Oct., 2009). “Marion Behr featured in sculpture exhibit.”

Hunterdon Review (Sept. 30, 2009), p. 1. “Breast Cancer Awareness— ‘Image Early.’ “

Cancel Cancer, Somerset Medical Center Foundation, 2009 | download pdf

The Connections (Sept., 2009). Community News. “Image Early.”

Somerset Reporter Community life (Sept. 24, 2009). Frank Mustac. “Raising breast cancer awareness through the power of the visual arts.”

Somerset Reporter/Bedminster (Sept. 10, 2009). Frank Mustac. “Breast cancer programs in October raising awareness through power of visual arts.”

Courier News/Home News Tribune (Sept. 8, 2009). Robyn Tromeur. “Raising breast cancer awareness through the power of the visual arts.”

Courier News (Oct. 21, 2008). Martin C. Bricketto, “ Communicating through art“ | download pdf (Oct. 15, 2008). Linda A. Fowler. “Works by Marion R. Behr on exhibit in Somerville.”

My (Oct. 10, 2008). “Sculpture exhibition encouraging early detection opens at Steeplechase Center” download pdf

The Canary Report (Oct. 21, 2008). Susie Collins. “Radiation treatment inspires nontoxic papier-mache art. Artist began crafting her sculptures while she was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.”

Courier News (May 12, 2008). Martin Bricketto. “Branchburg couple’s printmaking methods take them around the world.”

Installation of Electroetch at Atelier de l’ile, Canada.

Courier News (May 12, 2008) B1. Linda Sadloukas. “Stepping up to the plate.” | download pdf

Exhibition, The International Committee For The Conservation Of The Industrial Heritage, XIII International Congress. Treni/Roma, Sept. 14 - 18, 2006.

Exhibition, German Consulate General, New York, NY, Oct. 5, 2006. Print Collection, “Berlin/New Jersey” by “Feedback: Artist to Artist”

Art Times 22, #7 (March, 2006).

Branchburg News (March, 2006) p. 8. “Artist/inventor to teach etching process at PCNJ.”

Courier News (Jan. 20, 2006) B1, B2. “Moments-Passions.”

Time Off (Sept. 9-18, 2005) p. 6. Susan van Dongen. “The World of Electroetch.”

Messenger Gazette (Aug. 6, 2005) p. 8. Caitlin Snyder. “Visit the acid free world of etching.”

New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Artist of the Month, July, 2005.

AAA World (Jan.-Feb. 2005). “Shades of Black: New Jersey’s Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum presents artists’ renderings of the beauty of darkness.” | download pdf

Somerset Messenger Gazette (Feb. 24, 2004), p. A-8. Cheryl Orson. “A new way to create an old art.”

Community Courier News (Sept. 11, 2002), p. 1. “Seeking what was lost a year ago.” | download pdf

Cranford Chronicle (Sept. 19, 2002). “Sculptures reflect 911.”

Watchung Art Center (Dec., 2000). “Marion Behr Solo Show: A Room Full of People — Prints and Sculptures”

2000. Artist attended ElectroEtch Course in Asilah, Morocco.

Le Matin du Sahara et du Maghreb (Aug. 15, 2000), N. 10. 799). “Aufestival d’Asilha: La gravure electrique. Un nouveau procГ©dГ© artistique non toxique.” | download pdf

Redbrick Arts Foundation The Printed Image: A National Non-Toxic Printmaking Exhibit. Artist Preview.

NEWS/NORTH (Oct. 04, 1999). Michele LeTourneau. “Revolution.” | download pdf

New York Times
(Jan. 24, 1999). William Zimmer. “Art Review: Women's Work, Not All of It Ladylike.”

Printmaking Tips Drying Embossments

Printworks Magazine “Acid Free Non Toxic Etching: The ElectroEtch Approach. A non toxic printmaking method devoted to the preservation of traditional etching techniques by ecological methods.”

Lindbergh Foundation 1993 Funded Grant Projects. (Also in Charles A. Lindbergh Foundation Newsletter Summer/Fall 1993, p. 4) Marion R. Behr and Dr. Omri Marc Behr, ElectroEtch Enterprises, Edison, New Jersey. “Electronically Controlled Art Etching: Improving Artist Safety and Eliminating Hazardous Waste.”)

Westfield Record Press (Oct. 14-16, 1992), William Westhoven. “State of the art: Edison artist and spouse revolutionize etching technology.” Review of Paper and Ink — Flat and Formed (prints and sculptures by Marion Behr) at B. Beamesderfer Gallery, Highland Park, NJ.

Courier-Journal (Dec. 20, 1992). Diane Heilenmann. “Art Reviews 1-4.”

Star Ledger (Nov. 6, 1992) p. 52. Eileen Watkins. Art column.

Star Ledger (Nov. 24, 1992) p.37. “Winners on view in Watchung exhibit of art works.“

The Home News (Oct. 16, 1992). Sharon Seitz. “Visual Arts quick sketches. Process helps create artwork that is nature friendly.”

Weekend Plus-Forbes newspaper (Oct. 14-16, 1992), p14. Events: State of the art etchings in Highland Park

Journal of the Print World. (Summer, 1992) 5. #3, p.19 and 21. “Environmentally safe etching.“

Year One. A Review of Medicine and the Humanities (Summer 92). Published by the Suny Stony Brook School of Medicine.
Cover | download pdf

New York Times(May 02, 1992). Edmund L. Andrews. “Patents” | download pdf

The Home News
(April, 1992) p. B1-2. Laurel Van Leer. “Edison couple plies their etchings for ecosystem.”

Star Ledger (April 28, 1992). “Couple patent etching method.”

The News Tribune (May 16, 1991) p. B10. Elias Holtzman. “Down our street — Edison couple makes etching a safer process.”

Women’s Newspaper (April, 1989) p. 9.

Kiplinger Changing Times (Feb., 1983). Review of Marion Behr’s survey of Homebased Business.

50 Plus (Dec., 1985), p. 56-59. “Turning the home into a profit center.”

Working Mother (March, 1985), p. 36-39. “The pleasures and perils of working at home.“

New Woman (Jan., 1985) p. 20. Vivian Doering. “Who’s News.” | download pdf

New Jersey Monthly (Jan., 1985). “85 People to watch in ’85.“

Cosmopolitan (Dec., 1984). Ralph J. Fletcher, Jr. “Women who make homework pay”

Working Woman (Oct., 1984) p. 75-78.

Inc. (Oct., 1984). “Home is where the work is.” | download pdf

Changing Times (May, 1984), p. 26. Paul Plawin. “At work, the battle over cottage Industries.” | download pdf

Redbook (March, 1984), p. 75-77. “Stay at home and work.”

Redbook (Feb., 1984), p. 14. Patricia O'Toole. “Work at home con games — How to spot a shady business.”

Parents (Sept., 1983), p. 54. “Enterprising Mothers.”

Modern Maturity (June/July, 1983) p. 6. “Ways to make money at home.”

Changing Times (Feb., 1983), p. 26-31. “Running a business at Home — How to get it going.”

Family Circle (Feb., 1983), p. 2 and 27. Gerri Hirshey. “Women’s World: Women Working Home, Part II.”

Jersey Woman (Sept./Oct., 1982), p. 32-33. Esther Radick. “In search of new windmills.” | download pdf

Handmade (Fall, 1982), p. 19-20. “Home Workers Unite.”

McCall’s (Jan., 1982), p. 5., Jill R. Greene. “Home is where the office is.”
New York Times (Dec., 1981), p. 32, Arlene Fischer. (Families section) “Home Work.”

Jersey Woman (Sept./Oct., 1981), p. 45.

Family Circle (July, 1981). p. 80-83. Gerri Hirshey. “Making Money at Home.”
Enterprising Women. Preview Issue (1980), p. 5, 27.

Lady Circle (1975), No.9, Cover Photo | download pdf

McCalls Creative Handycrafts (Vol 4, 1972 pg.2) "Enchanting Menagerie." | download pdf

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